TMG was awarded a multi-million dollar, multi-phase contract to install a new perimeter intrusion detection system at the airport. The contract called for building a state-of-the-art power and communications infrastructure, performing major excavating and foundation work, installing 42 pole-mounted surveillance cameras as well as programming and testing the system’s software.
The overall scope of work included utility installation and maintenance; traffic protection measures; earthwork; concrete structure construction and installation; duct bank construction; installation of power and communications systems, cabling, conduits, cameras, patch panels, converters, power and communications cabinets; transformer installations; manholes and handhole construction; circuit breaker and hardware installations; modifications to existing CCTV equipment and digital video recorders; camera pole and base installations and testing; bollard construction; demolition and restoration of existing surfaces (pavement repair/replacement and marking).
Critical site work included 17,000 feet of runway trenching and installing 67,000 feet of electrical conduit around a considerable number of underground utilities without causing disruptions to neighboring operations. The team also installed several multi-ton impenetrable concrete vaults. TMG self-performed all of the civil and most of the site electrical work.